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Nikon BAA705AA Travelite,Black, 9x25 EX

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These primers are pretty flat and I had one piece of brass come apart on me (after it came out of the pistol, it was cracked and broke in two, but they say don't use used brass). me, I was working out of state, so the barrel sat on the reloading bench next to an (also) unopened set of 9x25 Dillon dies. The first Hungarian loads, in brass cases headstamped * / * / * / * / were loaded first with CNCS bullets and then with GMCS bullets.

Double taps with the long slide are a bit slow, but muzzle rise is minimal, feed is flawless every time, not a hint of forward slide slowing when chambering or any jams. I purchased these compact binoculars immediately prior to an Alaskan vacation because I wanted a good pair that was convenient to carry and use. I didn’t weigh the powder charges, because I do not have the technical equipment, or knowledge, to test the powder for burning rates, and without that, the weight of the charges, all four having different powder, is somewhat meaningless. It's likely that no further discussion is required, in which case we recommend starting a new thread.I will leave the rounds I tore apart in that condition and add them to my collection as the easiest way to preserve the information. Tony, the post that you mention is the reason I’m asking here, to get maybe an independent confirmation to this info. z ammo from WW2 develops 585 joules muzzle energy (unfortunately I don’t know the barrel length - does anyone? I was very surprised at the views from these (quite good resolution), the one on the left (older Venturer) is a bit out of collimation, which I will get serviced. We recommend using a fully traceable, insured service as goods are your responsibility while in transit.

If you do not have a printer, use the link above to create a Royal Mail label, and then show the QR code on your phone at the Post Office. So far, I've had one case with a minor neck split out of 300 rounds with brass with an unknown number of previous 10mm firings. They are decently sharp, but have too short eye relief for my liking, now that I prefer to (must) use glasses.I have included what information I could find online over the years – it’s for your reference and is used at your own risk.

Super (and later 9x19 "Major") loads to a point that the extra rounds that would fit maximum-allowed length magazines outweighed any muzzle flip advantage from the 9×25mm Dillon. When I cannot find Bluedot on the shelves I work with Ramshot and it works just as well – although I only use it for the 9X25 Dillon. After fire forming it seems easier to load each round but I still use the expander and then follow up with the crimp die to take any extra flare out of the brass before shooting, this round likes a solid but not overly tight crimp in my experience. The box label for the steel-cased, black-bullet ammunition (40-round box, ammo dated “44” and on stripper clips) shows the designation “9 m/m 39 m. I replaced them with the Hornady ones I like that lock sideways instead of screwing a set screw into the threads.

As a downside, this also caused large concussive blasts, meant faster component wear, and due to the casing size, the pistols had a lower magazine capacity.

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